On Saturday, December 14, 2002, Jeff Grossman wrote...
>>>>> 2. Devel version shows first 10 messages in inbox and then does
>>>>> not show any message headers or body correctly.
>>>> So it shows the actually subject, to, from on the index? But then
>>>> doesn't display the message when you click?
>>> Actually, it doesn't show the subject correctly. Sorry I don't
>>> have the exact string that is displayed, because I removed the
>>> devel version (1.2.9) off our server already.
>> 1.2.9 is actually the stable version. The 1.3 series is the
>> development versions.
> You need to turn off the UID support which is now present in the 1.3
Doesn't EIMS support UID? If it doesn't, then I believe it isn't a
IMAP4rev1 server. I think UID support is a IMAP4rev1 requirement.
From the SquirrelMail requirements page:
,----- [ http://www.squirrelmail.org/wiki/SquirrelMailRequirements ]
| Server Requirements for running SquirrelMail (English)
| * Unix/Linux or Microsoft Windows
| * IMAP4rev1 server (UW IMAP, Courier IMAP, any IMAP server!)
| * Web Server with PHP4 enabled (prefer apache) (PHP 4.0.4 or higher
| required, 4.1.2 or newer (recommended for security reasons, see
| * Perl Installed on your system (if you don't have Perl,
| SquirrelMail will run OK, but for the first configuration, Perl is a
| good helper, if you don't have Perl, you will need to manually modify
| the config file)
| * Unlike many PHP applications, MySQL (or other db) is not required.
| * Cookies must be enabled.
Also the RFC 2060 [ http://www.isi.edu/in-notes/rfc2060.txt ] has
strong mentions on how UID must be implemented.
> Once you disable this feature, you will be able to connect to EIMS
> with no problems. Well, let me restate the no problems. You will be
> able to see all of your messages again. There is currently a problem
> with connecting to EIMS where none of the messages show read, they
> are all bold, and there are no unread mail counts on the folder
> list. This problem started somewhere between 1.2.5 and 1.2.7. Not
> sure when. I have a bug report open on that subject, but still
I said in previous emails that we cannot fix it in 1.2 series right
now as it'd probably result in a big rewrite. However, 1.3.x and the
upcoming 1.4 series should handle that quite correctly. The reason
the messages don't appear as new in the folder list because the
STATUS returns how many new emails you have in a box, while when
retrieving the mail EIMS returns the FLAGS field in a different
field than expected, so assumes the message to have no flags, and